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(Upcoming) From Ethnography to VR: Participatory Experiences and the Promises of Immersion (tentative title), co-written with Julia Yezbick

The Arab American National Museum: Sanctioning Arabness for a Post-9/11 America in Arab Detroit 9/11: Life in the Terror Decade published by Wayne State University Press

The Use of Artists published on Infinite Mile

The Modernist Gaze and Interchangeable Labor: Clarissa Tossin at Samuel Freeman published on Infinite Mile

We are Critic: Made in L.A. 2016 published on Temporary Art Review
And Laid Him On The Green, is a live performance created in collaboration with James Rushford for Gertrude Contemporary’s exhibition Octopus 19: Ventriloquy, curated by Joel Stern and presented by Liquid Architecture. Keep an eye on exhibition programming for upcoming information! 

Untitled  is a live performance and online series that examines western culture’s relationship to death by looking at the experiences of social media stars online.

Politics of Immersive Experience (tentative title), a forthcoming book that looks at the links between ethnographic practice and immersive media technologies. Co-written with Julia Yezbick.

Join me for a screening of Epicurus’ Conundrum on Sunday, June 2nd at Femmebit Festival 2019.

             Contact rachel.yezbick[@]gmail.com